1 edition of Regional autonomy and socio-economic development in Indonesia found in the catalog.
Regional autonomy and socio-economic development in Indonesia
by Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization in Chiba, Japan
Written in English
|Series||ASEDP ;, no. 65|
|Contributions||Legowo, T. A., Takahashi, Muneo., Ajia Keizai Kenkyūjo (Japan), Nihon Bōeki Shinkōkai.|
|LC Classifications||JQ766.R43 R44 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 246 p. :|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||2005618907|
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LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, THE INDONESIAN EXPERIENCES 1. by Sugeng Budiharsono PhD in Rural and Regional Development Planning, Chief Technical Advisor for LED at Ministry of National Development Planning/BAPPENAS Lecturer at Graduate Program at University of Indonesia and Bogor Agricultural University Email: [email protected] Presented at . IIAS runs a book publication programme in cooperation with Amsterdam University Press (AUP). IIAS currently publishes monographs and edited volumes in three series, namely Global Asia, Asian Cities, and Asian Heritages. Each series has its own editor and editorial board.
Decentralization and regional autonomy were first introduced in Indonesia in as the part of an effort to improve public services, accelerate accountability and transparency at regional . Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict in Indonesia; Legge, John David, Problems of Regional Autonomy in Contemporary Indonesia, Ithaca, NY: Modern Indonesia Project, Southeast Asia Program, Dept. of Far Eastern Studies, Cornell University, Webb, Paul, Palms and the Cross: Socio-Economic Development in Nusatenggara, Townsville: Centre for Author: Jacques Bertrand.
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The Challenges Ahead Budget Constraints: Insufficient Development Budget and Own Revenue Buy This Book in Print summary InIndonesia embarked on a reform of regional governance that brings self-governance to rural districts and municipalities, i.e., the administrative and democratic capacity needed to apply basic services like healthcare, national legislation and environment by: 2.
Political Complexity of Regional Autonomy Pressures from the Society and Regions Problems behind the Smooth Process of Law Making 3. Political and Legal Implications Main Provisions New Structure of central-Regional Relationship Requirements of Related Laws and Regulations 4. Problems on Implementation InIndonesia embarked on a reform of regional governance that brings self-governance to rural districts and municipalities, i.e., the administrative and democratic capacity needed to apply basic services like healthcare, national legislation and environment policies.
The book also emphasises two important issues in decentralisation: 1) the asymmetrical autonomy of Aceh and Papua and how the special treatment of those two regions has influenced each region's development and 2) the movement of goods and the trading patterns between regions in Indonesia.
Regional autonomy and socio-economic development in Indonesia: a multidimensional analysis. Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization／ 当館請求記. Regional autonomy and socio-economic development in Indonesia: case studies of seven provinces.
Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization／ 当館請求記号：DCB8. Regional Financial Autonom and The Economic Growth in Indonesia of government. Fiscal decentralization is usually preceded by the reform of the expenditure side, followed by the revenue side.
The history of regional autonomy in Indonesia had already begun at the time of independence. Regional Autonomy in Indonesia: Field Experiences and Emerging Challenges The findings, views, and interpretations published in this report are those of Resources, and Regional Development in.
As stated by one of the original architects behind the decentralisation reform in Indonesia, ‘local parliaments are places where “black” money is circulating without any legal instrument available to stop it’, and public trust in regional governments is accordingly on a downturn (, p.
66). Today, the central state does not have a mandate to audit local governments, and district authorities are not obliged to report accounts to central by: This volume is based in part upon observations made during a six months' visit to Indonesia between August and January After an initial period of five weeks spent in the Autonomy and Decentralization Division, Ministry of Internal Affairs, visits were made to three provinces - East Java, Central Sumatra and Sulawesi where, through the courtesy of local3/5(1).
Book Description. Since the fall of the Suharto regime, forces pressing for regional autonomy have strengthened in Indonesia, with some people arguing that the country is in danger of disintegrating. This book examines a range of issues connected with decentralization and regional autonomy in Indonesia, especially focusing on various local.
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In Indonesia, regional autonomy (otonomi daerah, or "Otda") is a loose term used by government ministers and the media usually to describe transfer of authority and functions from central to regional government, as set out in Law No 22 of Because the term is used so loosely there is often confusion between devolution of authority - government by the region - and delegation of authority - government in the region.
Stein Kristiansen is professor of development studies at Agder University College, Norway. He has been in charge of the institutional collaboration with Gadjah Mada University since and has conducted research in Indonesia on issues like entrepreneurship and small-scale business, youth violence, information asymmetry, and good by: article suggests that the political origins of regional autonomy in Indonesia have broad implications for the understanding of institutional genesis in new democracies, and that the potential impact of expert advisers is a fruitful focus of future research.
KEYWORDS:Indonesia, decentralization, federalism, institutionalism, transition O. This book analyses the impact of state restructuring on regional economic development in Indonesia between and Regional economic analysis shows persistent and severe regional disparities throughout the period.
Particularly, econometrics study found that decentralization has accelerated regional disparities whilst the AFTA effect is Cited by: 3. 3 Securing Regional Autonomy 50 4 Strengthening the Rule of Law and the Role of the Judiciary 55 Socio-Economic Development 1 Good Governance: Democratization in Indonesia An Assessment.
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--PART TWO. Anthropological Analyses of Regional Cases Regional Autonomy and the Issue of Land Rights: The Case of the PT CPM Mine in Central Sulawesi / Prabowo, Dibyo This study assesses the sustainability of regional development based on regional variations in Indonesia.
In order to assess the state of sustainability of 34 provinces, these provinces were grouped into four regions based on island characteristics and socio-economic and demographic profiles of the regions. The four regions are: I. Region. Asian Development Bank Institute The Working Paper series is a continuation of the formerly named Discussion Paper series; the numbering of the papers continued Cited by: 9.Get this from a library!
Decentralization and Regional Autonomy in Indonesia: Implementation and Challenges. [Coen J G Holtzappel; Martin Ramstedt] -- InIndonesia embarked on a reform of regional governance that brings self-governance to rural districts and municipalities, i.e., the administrative and democratic capacity needed to apply.d.
that Law No. 5/ on the principles of regional administration (Statute Book No. 38/, Supplement to Statute Book No. ) is no longer compatible with the principle adopted for the implementation of regional autonomy and the development of circumstances, so that it .